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hole

n. a despised person; an asshole. (Usually objectionable. Also a term of address.) Sam is such a hole. He needs human being lessons.
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His sorrows were not alleviated by the fact that Gossett won the fifth and sixth holes.
But when he won two more holes, bringing the score to like-as-we-lie, it flamed up within him like a beacon.
The first cross-cut the man made, there was space for only three holes, so narrow had become the pay-streak and so close was he to the fountainhead of the golden stream he had been following for four days.
Be ca'm, Bill; be calm," he admonished himself, as he broke ground for the final hole where the sides of the "V" had at last come together in a point.
When the animals saw that, they thought all was lost, and began to flee, each into his hole, and the birds had won the battle.
He squeezed through the hole in the wall, and dragged himself along a most uncomfortably tight passage where there was scarcely any light.
Some are accustomed to speak of deep and dangerous holes even in quiet sandy ponds like this, but the effect of water under these circumstances is to level all inequalities.
So he flew off and fetched another acorn and dropped it in, and tried to flirt his eye to the hole quick enough to see what become of it, but he was too late.
There aren't any mice or woodchucks in that hole, so don't be foolish.
It sped true, and its point struck him on the left temple, driving in the bone and making a great hole.
There was no garret at all, and no cellar--except a small hole dug in the ground, called a cyclone cellar, where the family could go in case one of those great whirlwinds arose, mighty enough to crush any building in its path.
Once, in a sort of lull or pause, the seething contents of the hole rose, after the manner of a bubbling spring, and Adam saw part of the thin form of Lady Arabella, forced up to the top amid a mass of blood and slime, and what looked as if it had been the entrails of a monster torn into shreds.
There was no warning of the existence of the hole, nor was it a hole in the common sense of the word.
Tom said we was right behind Jim's bed now, and we'd dig in under it, and when we got through there couldn't nobody in the cabin ever know there was any hole there, because Jim's counter- pin hung down most to the ground, and you'd have to raise it up and look under to see the hole.
Neither of these lower rooms is lighted except from a hole in the floor of the third story; the room in which, as well as in that above it, is finished with compact smooth stonework, both having chimney-pieces, with an arch resting on triple clustered pillars.